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AY SOON PERMIT
TRADING IN LISTED
BONDS IN NEW YORK
bExchanpe Authorities Con
sidering Subject of Resum
ing Business on Floor.
Improvement Continues in
SomllllonB at tho end of the week con-
Kraut favorably with those prevnlllm? n
week nero, Tho response to tho with-
(drawn! of objections to open trading; In
the outside security nmrkots wns so
vlRorous thnt tho New York Stock Rx
chiinffe nuthorltles ore now considering
the BUbJect of beginning; oprntlons on
the floor with trndlnR In listed bonds, but
they are opposed to any preliminary an
nouncement In rcKnrd to the matter, nnd
It Is possible that nn announcement will
come without any nntlco In advance.
The trading on the Now street curb
today showed further Improvement In
values, with n new feature being offered
to trade In stocks there, the transactions
to be consummated through the New
York Stock Exchange C'.jarlng Ho.ise.
This was especially tho enso In Union
Pacific, which was offered at lll'J, to go
through the Clearing House. This stock
is Hi per cent, dividend off, mnklng tho
price uiunl to 111', against 11314 with a
dividend on at the close on July CO.
Brooklyn Hapld Transit nt S0V4, cx-dlvl-dend,
sold one point abovo tho July M
price, showing n net gain of 2b points.
Heading today wa3 quoted 1JSH bid and
I Pennsylvania 10IU bid, with Vnlted States
Steel common In demand at 47Vi.
Short-torm maturities aro also nctlvo
and strong, with Pennsylvania ."HI want
d at 9SX. The New York Stock Ex
change ruling Issued yenterdny permitting
transactions In State and municipal bondi
does not exclude foreign-owned bonds
from trading, oxcept when cnles are mado
on sellers 10 and 20-day options.
Standard Oil of Now Jersey sold on tho
Broad Street Curb nt 373. against 337
on July 00. Other Standard OH Issues aro
proportionately strong. Sterling exchange
-was firm, with demand at J.ES and cablo
Announcement was made by tho In
vestment Hunkers' Committee, of New
York, that transactions in unlisted mu
nicipal nnd tate bonds for domestic ac
counts may be made without restrictions.
The soring meeting of tho Executive
. Council of the American Bnnkers' Asso-
elation will be held at Old Point Comfort,
Vn.. on May 3, 4 and 6.
Copper sold In New York today for 114
cents a pound. It Is bcllovcd thnt tho
prlco will go higher.
Now York banks lost to tho Sub
trcatury yesterday $G,2S2,000.
All the clearing bouse loan certificates
taken out by banks In Minneapolis have
been retired, and tho emergency Issued to
tho Institutions Is being grndually sent In
LOVISVII.I.E AND NASHVILLE.
lilt I. Derreise.
First wppIc In Nov ?:i7i).non ( J270.4nn
From July 1 10,04.1,310 2,SIu,7nT
, NEW YORK ItAIIAVAYSJ.
August gros $1,110,037 -10.2'tS
Net 347,r.W :i!is
Two months' Bros 2,2.so..l! n 70,211
Net itiO.inS 11.247
t6lbuo, rnoniA and wkstern.
yirst week In Not ember 1(l.t"4 fl.rVn
From July 1 4:S9,(!78 B0,0.1
NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGOS
' NEW YOftK. , Nov. 14. - llI'TTClt. Market
Unsettled. Itfce hits, 3t packaxes; creamery,
SSMe.' Imitation creamery, 2:iHuiiUc.
KOOS. Marknt IrreRUlar. Itecelpts. R.S70
St'.'i frch ?tra. ttrsts. .1TI.1. : frfsh, tints,
WH.tfe., nearhy utilles. 40j(,-,3e,; nearby mixed.
XOrHIc i special marks, 20e.
HBAL KSTATi; roit HAT.K
Something Entirely Different -Semi-Suburban
Homes in the
JeiT up-to-date houses, S3 ft. front, with lots
M 33 ft. Wide
Ilrautlful residences nmUHt delightful surroundings
Nassau Road between 61st and 63rd Sts.
SOUTH OF OXFORD ST.
Within easy reach of centre of city by wny of
Elevated, passing north on 60th street: Over
brook cars on Arch street or Tenna. It. n. from
Qverbrook Station. rQ,n
W. PERCIVAL JOHNSON, Builder
on t'remiso or
4039 LANCASTER AVE.
MODERN 2-STORY HOMES
WYOMING fVE. AT
12Tlf BT. AND OAMAC BT.
SAMfLC HOUSH NOW ItHADT
aALEHUAN ON I'llEMIBEB
HarrvH. Heist nuiMr on rremisn. or
WTI! AND AW03LAND nOAD
Brsnd new house, Urs llvlmr room, dlnlnf
room, model kitchen, pantry shed) 3 lirre
bedrooms nd bath, hardwood finish, gas and
electrlo llthtsi lot 50x150 (set: two minutes
to station! a minutes to trolley ; prUe 11300.
Small amount ef cash required.
E. L. MOORE
BIT SOUTH 1BTH BT., PHILA.
Two new houses, 10th and Amoland read.
Irc lots, 0 large rooms and bain; hK
witr heat, (as and lee(rto llgtijs, ssvrer.
Water, eemsat ualks. Two squares to train
or trolley. Fries 000 and 11300. Terms to
suit. Owner on premises.
HARRY MOORE. Moon, Pa.
""'""l ' Wt- ' "" Minisainpsiii
"i I,, i I, .I,.
Bern Ask Belle about it 1
BANK CLEARINGS IMPROVE
Gain Indicates More Favorable Busi
Itather more favorable business con
ditions are Indicated by tho continued
gain In bank clearings over recent pre
ceding weeks, but nggregato payments
still compare adversely with the two
previous years, the total this week be
ing $2.2S5,363,!l3, against $2,071,2(11,737
In 1913 and $3,40J,CP.,13t In 112, thus
showing decreases of 23.1 nnd 32.S per
Theso losses, however, are explained
by the fact that trading hns not yet been
rosufned nt a number of tho lending
speculative markets, and the effect of
this Is most apparent nt New York city,
whero thero nppenrs a decline of 32.2
per cent. In compnilson with last year
and of 43. per cent. In contrnst with
two yearn ngo.
Tho falling off nt the outside centres
amounts to fi.9 nnd 11.0 per cent., Min
neapolis nnd Kansas City alono showing
nny expansion over both 1013 anil 1912,
while Cleveland shows n gnln over last
Average dally bank exchanges for the
year to date and for tho same period of
tho previous two years are given by It.
G. Dun & Co. In tho following table:
ion. lout. . 1012.
Notcmber $lt..lM,i Si..V'i.oon fVa.'.'liT.mo
October ... a7LM(H,fK riH.447.fcn -m.sni.ono
ad Quarter a.so.44.-..no() 4ii.nin.nnn itU,.,m.-..otm
2d qunrtor 47i.4lR.noo 41'i.sil.oon .-.(m.un.'tsi
1st cjumtcr so9,n.r.i,iini sis.iiu.noo 630.vin.oiw
COTTON CONSUMPTION LESS
Census Bureau Gives Figures for
October and Previous Year.
WASlItNOTON, Nov. 14,-Tho Census
IJurcau Isnucd a report today showing
lint tho amount of cottun consumed In
Qctober. exclusive of llntcrs, was 431, Sit
running bales, compared with M1.823 bales
In 1913. The nmount of cotton held In
manufacturing establishments nt tho end
of the month wns 713,407 bnlcn against
1,023.015 In 1913, mul In Independent ware
houses 3,780,0 bales against 2,u09.CJS In
Imports Wcro 12,162 equivalent COO-pound
bales compared with KiCO In 1913: exports,
Including llntcrs, 407.1S0 running bnlcs In
1914, nnd 1.517.S3S In 1913. Cotton spludlea
active during October, 30,631,916, nnd 30,
&oo.3G0 In 1913.
Llntcrs consumed during October were
23.101 bales nnd 31.3V, In 1913: belli In manu
facturing establishments C5.2S2 bnles in
1314, and 49,453 In 1913; nnd Independent
warehouses 48,017 bnlcs In 1914, and 33,057
In 1913. Exported 4101 balea In l&U.
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT
Surplus nnd Xoans Decreased in
Week; Deposits Larger.
The statement of tho average condition
of tho members of the New York Clear
ing Houso Association for tho week end
ing today shows a decrease In the sur
plus Item of ?t.50O.C50 nnd a falling off In
loans of $11,532,000. Net deposits ndvanced
$2 307.000 In tho week.
Figures for this nnd last week compare
Nov. 14 10H Nov. 7, 1014
Loans 2.i:i3,17li.()iM) $'.,,H4,7ll2.00it
riwcip atii.aon.noo :i44.2o.',.oiiii
Legal tenders... 102,403.000 103.833.000
Net ileH)Us.... I,ti2.-.:ift4,i)) 1.023,047.000
Circulation lun.728,000 130,2110.0(10
IlankH' cttsli In
JTS.ll.. 0,(1011 ,1H2,'I8T,(H)U
Tr. COS. cash In
Tr. coh.' res.
ulth mem. ... ri7.8lo.nno
TO RESUME AUCTION SALES
Transactions in Many Issues Will Be
Allowed Without Restriction.
Weekly auction sales of securities will
be renumed by Barnes & Iyolland on Wed
nesday, November 25, In the auction
room? In tho Dourse, the Special Com
mittee of Five of the Philadelphia Stock
Exchange having reached an agreement
to this effect.
Sales of all bank stocks, Government,
Stato and municipal bonds, a majority of
the Insurance stocks, local traction stocks
nnd Inactlvo miscellaneous stocks will be
allowed without restriction as to price or
approval of the committee.
The committee will have Jurisdiction
over tho sale of specified listed Issues.
The committee "111 also nllow sales of all
lifted railroad bonds, but the sale aro
subject to tho committee's approval.
ItKAI. KSTATE l'OK SAI.ll
City Limits .
A New Operation
JUST UKB TIIQ IIS THAT WK BUU.T
AND SOLD LA8T YBAlt
See Sample Houses
4832 North Fifth Street
516 Eleanor St, Price $3200
These, have, porch fronts, all modern Ioji
provemsnta basement laundry, electric,
flints. Built with the stability that has
road tho Louihroti home a standard of
good construction. Sea
JOHN LOUGHRAN'S SONS
6TH ST., BELQW ROCKLAND ST,
A .NEW OPERATION OS" tti HOUSES
OWN YOUR HOME
A modern house, with all conveniences!
6 rooms, bath aivil outsld shed, and only
20 minutes from centre ( oily.
$1900 to $3800
With Tsraa to Suit You.
Tenth, Percy, Hutchinson and
Tenth Street Delow Sfcuak
Few for Rent, $S and J? 17
Good business location, ft aorner stores.
JOHN V. SH1SLER & SON
oypicK. iiVfi Aim wow
fN w mtmrnnh
LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, N0VEMBEBJ4 19141.
. TAKE EARLY DIP
Chicago Market Fails to Re
cover From the Unsettling
Effects of European Peace
CHICAGO, Nov. ll.-Wheat finally de
veloped a firmer tone today, although
prices early dipped hnlf to c. from yes
terday's closing prices. Tho trade did
no trecovcr from the severely unsettling
effects of tho pence rumors yesterday
nnd earlier In tho week. Thero wero no
caslv sales, The market closed H to He.
Tho corn market was a narrow and
unimportant affair. Current arrivals nr
of excellent quality, almost unheard of
for this season of the yeaV. Cash sales
were 160,000 bushels. Futures closed !
to Uc lower.
Oats were weak following a stoady
opening, but milled later. Thero was a
fairly large business done for export, but
It did not hnvo a great deal of effect on
tho market. Cash sales were 3I3.0X)
bushels. Futures closed Uc. higher.
Provisions wero Irregular, but mainly
lower. Trado was light and unimportant.
Lviullng futures ranged ns follows:
Whont Open. High. l.nw. Close, rime.
December .. l.lth t.li.'i 1.141. 1.1.1 1.14K
May l.aiS 1.21'j 1.20 l.2m tl-31'i
lorn (new delivery)
-May 7l 71; 7l! '71 t71
December .. -1054 40 40H 40'4 40'i
.um ...a tun .VI', U" M(j
November .111.30 M0.27 tll.3.2
May io.iki lo.i) in.,-,2 io.r.7 'lo-no
January ...10.43 10.47 10.40 flO.47 '10.47
May 10..V. 10..V. in.,-,: fio.." 10.07
limitary ...10.22 10.2,1 10.17 10.22 'lO.!.'.
.May M..-.7 io.ro m.w tio.no lii.nr,
January .. .10.11 f.in 10.20
.November .17.00 17.W 117.CJ
GRAIN AND FLOUR
AVIIIIAT. Itecelpts. 70..1.1."i bush. The mar
ket steady under moderate offerings nnd ft
rulr demand, quntatlnni: Cnr lots. In export
elevator No. 2 red, spot and November, ll.l.'S
fil.ld; No. 2 red Western. 1 IMfl.Sl; No. 1
Nurthim Uuluth, Jl.ilSWl.l'T'i
COltN. Itecelpts, i'Ono bush. Slow of sale
nnd He. lower, with ntuplc offerings, quota
tions: Car lota for local trade, ns tv location
No. c11aw, fllliSI'ic steamer yellow, Sllsft
OATS. nceelpts, riR.OOS bush. Quiet and
without Important change, quotations: No, 2
white, ,-ii."Hio : stnnJnnl white, i33'"'!' jr.:
No. 3 white; r,20A2tie.
l'lXlUH. itecelpts. 14S0 bbls. anil 1.041,
810 lbs. In jacks l.lltlo demand from nny
inurce nnd the market without Imiiortant
change. OffcrlnKB moderate hut ample, quota
tions per U,il lbs. In wood Winter clear, 54.7,1
H4.0O; do., straight, .V?r.2:. do., patent. fS.BO
IQ.1.7A; Kansas, straight, Juto sacks, ?.' 2fi
,".40; do., intent, Jute racks, f5.40ff3.m:
rprlng, first, clear. 3. 10tI.'.::o: do., straight.
f!i.n.vt)B.mi do., potent. f.1.7iH?.'i.OO: do.. faor
Ite brands, ni)il..V); city mills, choice and
fancy intent, $iKiQ.30: city mills, regular
grndes Winter, clenr, 4 T.Mf4.nn; do., straight,
VSUi.SH. do., patent, sj.t.aofr.l.TS,
KYI! Fl.OV'lt. Quiet, with modernto hut
nmple offerliigs at rormer rates. We quote
nearby and Western In wood at JJSCi..W.
Market quiet nnd without Important
cnonKc. wuoiaiions: city Deer, in sen,
smoked and alr-drlcd, '.Mifi.lOc. : Western beef,
In sets, smoki'd. 2'.ITi-')Ac ; city beef, knuckles
anil Undent. smokl nnd alr-drlMl, .lotale:
Western beer, knuckles and tenders, smoked,
actuate. ; beef hana. i:i0f(as: pork, family.
f2.,f2il! hamr. H. I', cured, loose, 14W14'4ci
do., skinned, loose HfJH'ic : do. do , smoked.
lMll.Vs'',: other hams, smoked, city cured, as
to brand nnd atcreee. lfttJittO:. ; hams,
smoked. "Western cured, i.-'SOttic.i do., boiled,
boneless, 20tr2lc. : picnic shoulders. 8. I".
cured, loose Miil2(.. do., smoked, 13fldM4c.i
bellies. In pl.'-kle. according to average, loose.
tlVFMnijc,; hrenkfnst baron, as to brand and
average, city cured, 10J20c.: brenkfast bacon.
ItE.U, ESTATK FOR SAI.E
On the Famous Wellens Ave, Price $2300
Duncannon Avenue, $3250, and
Fifth Street Price $3650
imci i inisjrs mratzev iMDnniPMPNTfi
The location Is conveniently
all denominations. One faro to
pass doorj Tabor nnu Olney stations, i-niiaaeipnia ana Keauins wiii
witnin a minutes' warn.
P .J. & JAMES T. WHELAN
S. E. Corner 5 th
See Those Beautiful Colonial Homes
Built by CHAS. C. McCANDLESS
On Tenth St., Below Rockland St.
Six largo rooms nnd bath and outkltchen, basement laundry
exit to yard; terraced fronts, hot-watar heat, gas and electric
lights, large porches. Vermont sUto roofs, back stairway; every
thing comnleta and modern. You owe It to yourself to see these
beautiful (tomes before buying,
In these home Mr, McCandlest hs carried out many
new Idesi In Interior decoratlno, a business ha ha specialized
in for years.
g) ON PREMISES, OR 4815 YORK ROAD Qc
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A REAL HOME
YOU SHOULD SEE
Mahon's New Homes
FRONTING ON THE J00-FOQT BOULEVARD AT TENTH ST. AND
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE HUNTING PARK
LAWN TENNIS PLAYOROUND FQH CHILDREN
2-strr. f-room. prh-frit
tshHHH, Uuadry. ks
Vlicti.u. Iiintiil fronts with old UU). MVIS,I win fttin Brlvtlscas.
Mils tMMW pa evtry a)r uaa. h wbsu uaui y r- M- 4tMt4 astd
Corns is ta attraetlv haasa. Taky Buitt Kv U as lath stt; ai.
M ut mtt stMit, N. H w ptb itrsst. lst eat at JeLvril (Neftu JUA
i& Wtlk t t4Urs tt,
ytiie-1 We. 8ms.ll ch Mrsust fcaUaca at Unas t suit purafeassr. X
taw Ut rat yt fttrthW sWrautsM wrtte i call.
g. R. STACKMOUSI
Wer.tt.rn entti,, IfiftSOe.; Isrd, Western, re
flhfd, tierces. lriilic.! do .do. do., tubs,
lOHHllo.- lard, pure city, keltlb rendered. In
tlrees. lO-Hfllie.: lard, pure city, kettle fen
dered. In tubs, HfllHle.
.Msrkct firmly held, bnt trndo tnitet. Ilertners
list of friers: Standard rmnnlntcxl, .VlSc.i One
Rtnnulnict), B.loc.i iwwdcre.1, rLSOe.t confec
tioners" A, tc.-r soft untdes, 4.Wfl4.8.c.
HUTTKIt. The market ruled firm nn
fancy (trades, offerings of which were llRhl.
Trade, however, nulel, as usunl on the Isst
day of the week, quotations: Western,, fresh,
sollil-iiacked creamery, mncy epeclals, Hid ex
ceiitlonnl lots lilglun extrn, .'l.Tc,; extra tlrsts,
.kiumic s firsts. :kw:uc. , seconds, ziKixsv ,
lAdie-packed, aiflvic, ns to tiunllty: nettthy
prints. Inncy, :ic i dd.. neiac extra, now
,'iic.i do., i.rsts, IWl.Tc.; do., seconds, ;toair.
Bpecl.tl fancy brands of prlnls Jabbing nt 41
K(U1S. There was a good demand for
desirable new-lnld tKRf. tuppllts of which wero
well cleaned up nt top prices, quotations: In
free lasts, nearby, extin, ;i" per dot,: nenruy
fltits, fio.m per standard case: nenrby current
recelrts. H.0tMiilii,!h) per standard case; vest
orn and Southwestern, extrn. firsts, 1(R0 per
case: do., firsts. f!i.iotflU.3D per ense; do., sec
onds, XTL'uiiT.wi per cose: Southern, H4m,u
rer cane; lefrlgerntor es, 2IT37c. per dox..
as to iunllt. Fancy selected candled fresh
eggs were lobbed out nt 4104.V. per dox.
LIVE. Demnnil light and offerings were
amtle. Prices unchnnsrd. quotations: Fowls,
ISUI4?.i old roosters, lufltle,: spring
chickens, nrrordlnc to nuallty, llC'fl-lc.: tur
keys, l(H?:2ie.: ducks lHst (4e. ; reese. Lira
14c , nulnens, young, welching 3 lbs. and
over nptoce, per pfllr, i,t.. do., weigh
ing 1Hli Ihs. nplece, per pair, n.'ifj.oc .:
weighing1 1 Hi. nrlece. per Imlr. .BOe.t old
per pair. fiOc pigeons, ner nnlr, l.iitltse.
l)ltr.SSi:i) The market very firm on all
fine deslrnble-slicd stock with demand readily
uhanrbinr tho limited nfTerlnss. Chickens
slt.:htly higher. quotntlons-Tiirkos, rine
large, spring. Mtf tc. ; No. 1, old, JJ21c;
ordinary, lmcStic. : fowls, per lb wclghln
4'Mlli lbs. np'cco. tie,; uo., 4 ins. apiece. i.i
irtc.i do.. 'I'i lbs. nplece, ni14c. do. S
lb. apiece, IS'iVMc.; old roosters, dry-picked,
l.tc. : broiling thickens, lien r by, weighing Hi
2 ll,s. atdeet, 2i)fl2-'c.: broiling chickens,
nearby, fait to good. 1 (Iff I fir. ; chickens, west
ern, 4 lbs. nnd over apiece, 17c: do, do.,
lilt lbs. apleie. fat. lRc, do. do. 2'iffl lbs.
nplece, 1ilt14c.: hrolllna; chickens, western,
1U2 lbs. apiece. 17c., broiling chickens, west
ern, fntr to gooil. 120141',, rnuabM. per dot.,
while, weighing It to 12 lbs., per doz., .3,t"ir
4.r.ci, while, weighing n to In lbs., per dox..
f.Unfi:! 7'i. white, weighing s lbs. per dox.,
S2..Vi2 7"; do., do.. 7 lbs. per dox . f26!t.ii.l;
do., do., iffli'.'i lbs. per dox., ?1.25l.(I5i dark
ami No. 2, 50c tfjl.ln.
Demand only moderate, but nines gen
cially steadily held. Quotations: Applen. per
bid.-Jonathan. MW3.W1: King, J2 riJ.2S;
Illush, f2..Mifn.2.-i: lfaldwtn ll.T.ifl2..l);
oreenlng. t.7.'.IV..-i0: Twrnty-ounco, .;
ritipln, l TAOU.2.1, York Imperial. 1.7.V,('J;
otlier good eating varieties. .1.7BUL..':
medium. fHfl r-n, crab, 54114 M. crab apples,
per bushel basket. U MUM .73: npiiles, est-
...u , IT. 1 -n n ,,ln. llnlllV.M It Mil
ern. ner imi, iui " .'H,y.. . .",.,v ...,
a.r.'i. rrsnberrlcs. cape too. runy, uincK, pci
crntc. ?l!l 10. Jersey, per crate. !iat.2.
Tenches, New York nnd I'ennnUanln, Per
basket Large white or. lellow, bOeilffl,
medium, lOir.Vle. Tears. New ork. per bbi.
Kcckcl, nwm: Ilsrtlett. No 1 tir...Jl: no..
No. 2. 2.r'l: Iteurrc Hose. JISS.'O: Sheldon.
4irt: llcurre TlalrgeiU. f-J :I3.:fl: Meilrre
d'Anjoii, 2.2.-.lj:i.2.i: Iiucncss, j.2.lI.I.2Si
Howell. J2fl2 no: other varieties, $251.1. Tears,
liurtlctt or Meckel, per bushel basket, ft -"Jf
Oropss. New Yolk fnneorrt. per "-lb. baake.
l.l'ftile . do. pcr4-lh basket, inullr., Nlagni i.
per l-lh. basket. Wile : Delawnrcs. per 4-10.
hnsket, 12tfl5e.; Comord. per -1-H. basket,
ricntlful nnd dull with little change
In prices quotation-!. White potatoes per
hush.-Tcnnryhanlu. .Oflrt-tc: New York, 4J
tlXir.l white jwtntocs, Jcroc. per basket. .iViT
4flc: sweet potatoes. Kastern Shore, per udi.
No 1 ll.2,1B1.75: No. 2. $1; sweets, Jersey,
per bbl.-No.is2.KWai No. 2 SLS0W1.T.V,
sweets. Jersey, per basket. 4(ir.cV)c. O"lons,
per bush., 40Slc: do., choice, .f" 100-lb.
tmg. JOctrll. do., medium, per IiiO-Ui. bag,
TiOiflCOc.' Cabbage, domestic, per ton. n
do Danish, per ton. JOflin. raulirtower. New
York per crate. KlBOOe. Lettuce. Florldn. pnr
basket 11 "V do.. North Carolina, per bas
k", I191..W n-ns, Florida. tr lkot I ltW
as6: do.. North Car.)llna. per l.nsket .;
2..V). Celery. Nv Yr k Jr huncln lOTWOc.
Slushroonm, per 4-lb. basket, Hfl.40.
EDWABD Tj. LEAHY
Edward I-. 1-eahy. for 35 years an cn
Klneor on the Pennsylvania nnllrond and
a Democratic committeeman of tho 24th
Ward, died yesterday nt his home, 400S
Poplar street, from hemorrhage of tho
brain. Mr. I.eahv was n member of the
Brotherhood of Local Engineers Lodge,
No. 109, P. R. R.; tho B. P. O. E. Lodge,
No. 2, and the AVest End Democratic
Club of the 21th Ward. He leaves n
mother and live children. Solemn High
Mass of Requiem will be celebrated Tues-
ltKAT. ESTATE I'Olt HAI.E
near stores, scIiooIb nnd churches of
every part of tho city; Bth street cars
St. and Fisher Ave.
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- water bwt. iu ud etMtria iftbU. I
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Any mornliifr tti 8t. Afrctthn's Church,
43th nnd Sprlnn Garden streets.
FUEDEIIICK J. M, WAQNER
Frederick J. Jt, Wagner tiled Inst night
on the eve of his 3t birthday, fit his
home, 423 8hruce street, He hnd long
been n aufforcr from heart dlscnee. Mr. i
Wagner wns In the liquor business for I
many cn.rs. He wns n member of the
aermnn-AmerlcAit llepubllcnn Club, the
Hctnll Liquor Dcntcrs' Assoclntlon, the
Order of Spdrtn, nnd n. director of tho I
Dry lloclc and (Junlter City IlUlldlnn rnd I
Loan associations. He Is survived by his I
widow nnd three sons,. Tho funeral serv- ,
Ires will he held at his late residence
THOMAS O. MASON
NEW YORK, Nov. ll.-Thomas O. Ma
son, who, with his brother Henry, built
the engines of the battleship Mnlnr, the
cruiser Mnrblehend nnd the RUlibonts
Concord nlid llennlnRton, Is dead nt his
home, 210 Manor avenue, Woodhnvcn, I..
I nfted 81. He was born In Newcastle.
Kngland, nnd formerly wns foreman of
old Fire KiiRlnc Comimny No. 6 In New
E. Y. BACKUS
WKHTPOUT, Conn., Nov. 14.-K. V.
Uackus, lonK Identlllcd with tho stnRf
ns actot nnd stnKe director, died at his
home here, at the ape of 62. He was born
In Dfnlelson. Conn., mado his debut
In the Boston Thcntro, nnd went to New
York nnd Joined tho old Umpire Tltentm
Stock Company, of which he wns staffe
mnnaRcr, nnd also nppenred In Its pro
ductions. Ills last engagement wns In
support of Mnrparct AtiRlIn on tour last
season. He was n nephew of Chnrlon
Tiffany, founder of the Jewelry company
of thnt name.
TORONTO, Ontario, Nov. II Lsuly Ot
tor, wife of Oencrnl Sir William O. Otter,
was found dead In her bed yesterday In
Toronto, Ontnilo. Heart disease caused
her death. Hlic wns iS years old.
Ot'VANT. In pml nml Inilnjr memory of my
Lclovcil husband, HENItY J. OUVANT. who
cnlcrnl Into clotnal life tho Hth day of No-
xcmbrr, 1UL1. W1KE.
ADAIR. Of Philadelphia, la November 12.
I'.IU. JMIAiMi I.. A1IAIU. SKnl ti. Intel
mint nt ftomcrvllle, N J., Humlny. Novetn
hiT 1ft. nt o'rloclt. In New Cemetery
AHI'KV. On Nnvemlier IS, 1011. HAZHI.
tlnughtrr of Allien nml Addle .Vsi'ey. Fun-rnl
on Tuesday, il 1 p m.. from Mt. Krliralm,
N. J Interment Itarlclc.li Cemetery.
IH.ACK. MAItaARHT HI.ACK, 2SB0 Webb
AI'IM:!,!.. On November 11. 1014. SAItAH
A., wife of Chsrles O. Appell. FunerAl
sm Ices on Hurtiuy, at 2 p. m., at A,2ti
fsrltiin ot Cinth una Vine sts.), West Phila
delphia Internum iTlwte, at Northnood
IIAIIA, Kuildenlv. of henrt disease, on
Thursday mornlnc. November 12, UI14, st
the Ileitory of Trinity Church. Aslmry I'ark,
N. J ANNA I.KVICK. beloed ulfo of the
Hector, llev. William M. Daily, and dauxti
ter of the late ,. !.euH Cren, of I'hll.ntei
phis., llurlal servlee at th Church on Sun
day at 2. HO o'clock. Interment at Mount
Vernon Cemetery, Philadelphia.
ni'TI.Klt. Cl.AUKNCK 13UTL,En, 1353 So.
CAM.. Buddenly, on November 11. 1014.
W 1,1. 1AM II. . ton of Joseph nml Kmnu C.
Call. Funersl tervlces on Sunday, at 2
p. m.. at UM T North ttth st. Interment nt
North ood Cemetery.
CAItKCIM.. On November 11, 1014, ItAH
IllICT, widow of Jeremiah Carroll. Funeral
on Monday, at S'flo a. m., from "I2I Haver
ford ave.. Uest riilledelphln. Solemn lto
qulem Mass at Our lwid ot the Jtosar
Church, at 10 a, in. Interment at tit. Denis'
CI.MtKK. On November M. 1014, MAIl
TIIA J., daUKhtsr of Samuel and Anne K.
Clarke. Funeral on Tuesday, at 1 p. m.,
from MOO Media st. Hen Ices In St. James'
lCplscopal Church, ft2d and Kershaw ave , at
2 p. m. Interment at Montrose Cemetery,
CLAYTON, On November la, 1014, CATII
AI11NR C, wife of Dennett rlsyton nnd
daughter of Hattls nnd tho late John J.
Murphy. Funeral on Tuesday, nt 8:.K) a. m.,
from 2MB South -Id st. Interment Holy
Amazing Article About the War
in Sunday's Public Ledger
"No unofficial Englishman worth his salt
wanted to snivel hypocritically about our love
of peace and our respect for treaties and our
solemn acceptance of a painful duty, and all
the rest of the nauseous mixture of schoolmas
ter's twaddle, parish magazine cant and cine
matograph melodrama with which we were
deluged. We were perfectly ready to knock
the Kaiser s head off just to teach him that if
he thought he was going to ride roughshod
over Europe, including our nev friends, the
French, and the plucky little Belgians, he was
reckoning without old England."
Shaw's story of the making of the war is in part a startling
excoriation of England's diplomatic hypocrisy and of Sir
Edward Grey, the "amiable and popular but confused
instrument of England's Foreign Office."
Read what Shaw says about this in his
passed' between Sir Edward Grey and Sazanoff,. Russia's
Secretary of Foreign Affairs the one man "who keeps his
COI.t.IEK. AMIEIIT COLMEft, 2T20 Cam
COM.INtlS. On Novemler 13, 10H, KD
WAII1) 7.ANB COI.I.1NOS, nReil, TT years.
Funeral services on Tislay, at 2 p. m., st
Ills late residence, laurel Spring. N. J. In
terment nt llaptltt Cemetery, ltttddnnfleld.
COI.MNH, On November II. 1B14, HBNItT,
hnlsnd of Mary Ann Collins. Funeral on
Monday, tit 2 p. m., from 2.-.2J Coral st.
Interment North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
CO.UIIKH. F.U.A COMIJEII, 1M,1 Hummer
DOI.AN. MAItY D01.AN, 13T4 Pouth Amer
1MNK0AN. On November 12. 10H, JKN
NIK, daughter of th late Christopher and
Jane Uoneitan. Ilincrai on Monday, at sflu
n. in., from :ir,2 Vine st , West Philadelphia.
Solimn Ilenulem Mass at Our Ijtdy of Vic
tory Church, nt 10 a nt. Interment at Holy
llONNi:l.l,Y. On November 18, 1014. Wltt.
1AM, husband of tho late Mary IHinnelly nnd
son of James and Mary Donnelly, Into or
Consrtt, Knsland. FMnernl on Tuesday, nt
R a. m.. from 2110 Washington i.ve. Solemn
HUh Mass of ltequlcm nt the t'liurch of St.
Anthony, at Oi.'tO a. m. precisely. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
FOIlrtKST. At I.aliewood, N. J., on No
t outlier in, llilt. KMMA I.. SAFFOHI),
widow of Molton II. Forrest nnd mother or
Herbert M. nnd Itlchard K. Forrest. I-"Unernl
serMees at 1X20 Chestnut st , Philadelphia,
on Sunday, at 2 '.10 p. m,
AfI. On November 11.' 1014, MAHY ANN
OAX't., In th S.'th etr of her ae. Funeral
sen Ices at her late residence, ntIS Chestnut
St., on Saturday, at ll a. m. Interment prl
ate. timiis. mart omits, no2 south 7th st
CltOSO. HOSA CIlOSO. DOC Annln st.
IfASSON. On November II, 1014, JOSEPH
A., beloved son of John and Mary ltarson.
Funeral Mondn;, st S..10 a. m., from .11110
Aspen st West I'hlla. Interment Cathedral
HIM. On November 13. 1014, WIM.tAM
tll.CNN 1III.I, sr.. husband ot Hannah
Hill. Funeral on Monday, at 2 p. m., from
101T East Montgomery ave. Interment Pal
mer llurlal (Irounds.
linnVKIt On November 18, 1014. JENNIE
KttlTl.lMt, wife of W. tlerton Hoover and
daughter of Jennie nnd the late (leorsa W.
Krltler, ngo 2.1 years. Itelatlves nnd friends
InWtcd to attend the funeral sen Ices, on
Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at th resi
dence of her mother, Mrs. Jennie Krlller.
!I0 llobcrts ave., fllensldc. Pa. Interment
private nt Northwood I'cmetcry.
IIOPKINH. On November 13. 1014, MAIU'
It., daughter of Washlnston 'JL. and Itebeeca
V.. Hopkins, In her 21st yenr. Residence, 314U
Salmon st. Duo notice of the funeral will Lc
IIURTKII. OnoitOK HORTIin. 2000 .North
HOItT.. On November 11, 1014. PHIL. S.
HOUTZ, In his 73th yenr. Itelatlves nnd
friends, nlso Mellta Lodge No, 20.". F. and
A. M ; Mellta It. A. Chnpter No. 2S4; Mary
Commnndery NO SO, K T.,nre Invited to at
tend the funeral services, on Monday, Nor.
10, nt 2 p. m. precisely, at his late residence,
SOID Spruce st. Interment prUale Kindly
KI.KIN On November 18. 1014, JOSEPH,
husband of the talc Wllhclmlnn Klein. Tu
noral on Tuesday, at 2 p. m.. from 21(17
North 10th St. Interment Greenmount Ccm.
K HIM. MCI November 12. 1014. AMELIA.
Kite of John F. Krlmmel (nee llasenpflUR).
Funeral services on bunday, nt 2 p. m. ehatp.
at 000 West Arizona st. Interment private,
st Northwood Cemetery.
Ul'lllt. Suddenly, on November 11. 1014.
Af:sA iiahimiw Kl Itlt, wife or l.eo Kurf
and dnUEhter of Iloslna Nlethan and the
late Frank Shaflter. aged 24 years, Funeral
services on Sunday, at 2 P. m.. at southeast
cor. 17th and Wharton sts. Interment prl
ate, at Oakland Cemetery.
HCI17.F.ICNAIIK. On November 13, 1014.
Kt.IZAIIGTH. widow of I.ou!s Kurieknabe.
ared 01 years. Tunoral on Wednesday, at 2
r. m., from 124 Hart louden st Olney. In
terment Northwood Cemetery.
I.I3AIIY. On November 13, 1014, EDWAHD
I.. I.UAHV, husband of Itose M. Lenhy and
son of the late John and Anastasla Leahy
Funeral on Tuesday, at 8:10 a. nt., from
40.0H Poplar st. Interment Holy Cross Cem
etery. LONdSHORK. Near Newtown. Vn.. nn No
ember 13. 1014. ItOSELMA II. LONO
SHOItn. Funeral sen Ires at Newtown M. U.
Church on Monday, nt .1 p. m.
LYON. On November 13. 1014. at the home
of bin nephew. Itlchard It. Lon. Fltchbur,
Mass., PHOEIIl'S W. LYON, late of Mury
vllle, Tenn. Funeral on Sunday nfternoon.
Interment at Greenwood Cemetery, Brook
lyn, Monday afternoon, November ill.
MeCANN On November 1.1, 1014. MAItY
C. DOrOHEIlTY. wife of Daniel J. Mc
Cann. Funeral on Tuesday, nt S .10 a. m.,
from 2(507 South 17th st. Solemn High Mnsa
ot Hcqulem at the Church of St. Monica, at
10 a. in. precisely. Interment at Holy Cross
McKI.KKK. On November 13. 1014, IOD
EltT. beloved husband of Elizabeth Mc
Elreo. Funeral on Monday, at 1:30 p. m.,
from 1023 Bast Urth st. Interment at Nortn
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
MEHKI.K At West Berlin, N. J on No-
vcmber 12, 1911, WILLIAM SI. Funeral,
is a Paragraph
A - rC I n -- A MITT lVCk-7Ck1lmr
A Geueral War?
You cannot afford to miss this daring analysis
of the parts played by the great nations in
bringing on the War of the World. Exclu
sively in tomorrow s
on Mondsy, at 0 a. m., from his psronti?
rldence, West Merlin. Ilenulem Mats at
Our 1-ady of Mt. Carmel hurch, at 10 a,
m. Interment Derlln Cemetery
SII'ltHAV, On November 12, 10i4, JOIUt.
W, J MunrtAY, husband of .HMen f.
Murray and son of Andrew and Mary Mur
ray. Funeral on Monday, at s 30 n m , from
2no Pine st. Solemn High Mass of lit,
qulem nt St. Patrick's Church, at 10 a. nt. .
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
OWENS. MAIIY OWENS, 3408 Fairmount
rKKMNIIIKNl. MICHKLE PErtLlNaiENr.
2114 Toronto it
PRATT. Buddenly, on November 12, 1014,
CHARLOTTE PRATT, widow of Lvssnder
P Pratt inee Ituan). Funeral sen Ices, on
Sundnj, nt 2 o'clock precisely, at 210 8.
.7th st Interment Laurel Hill 'emetcrv
I'll 1 OH On November 11, 1014. MYLBB
I'ltYOIl. son of Thomas nnd Catharine Pyor
(lice Duffy), of County, Cavan, Ireland. Fu
neral, on Mondn v at 3t " rn.. from 2M1
Pnlm.m st. Solemn Rcaulem Mass at at.
Anno Church, at 10 a. m. Interment Holy
Copulehre Cemetery. ,
(ll'IN.V.--On Not anther 12, 1014. MART.
wlfo of Michael Qulnn, ngrd 42 years Fu
brtal nn Mondav. nt T..1D 0. m., from 24li
East Firth st High Mas at St Ann
Church, nt n. m. Interment Holy Sepul
chre Cemetery. ,
REII'l'. On November 13. 1014. W ll.HEL
5I1NA 0.. wife of Jncoh L Itc'ff Funeral
services on Mondav. nt 1 p m 'it her hus
band's residence 1210 West Ont '.J ;t In
terment at Worcester Menonllo Mcetlna;
Ilnusp, on Tuesday morning.
HITCHIH. At North Willow Ornvj, on No
emher 13 1lll4. RHOADES RITCHIE lius
l.tnd of Emma Duckworth Ritchie. In his 47t1i
rar Relntlies nnd friends are Invited to
attend tho runernl, at his late residence on
Mondav Nntemher 10, nt 2 o'clock. Inter
ment nt llntboro Cemetery ...,
IIOMENI1EIKI. PAULINE ROSENRERO.
2010 N. Front et.
HOtVLANn. ELI'ADETII II ROWLAND,
wife of the late Thomas Rowland, of Chel
tenham. Pa Services nt 11 o'clock on Mop
day. Funeral prlvn'e ,
m-TTENIU'.R(l. MORRIS ItCTTENnERO,
sis s. nth ft ..,.'
8AOE. November 11, 1011, St'SAN SAOE.
Funeral, on Sundnv, nt I p m.. from her
iste residence. 1020 farah st. Interment,
rlreen Mount Cemetery.
SCH. Ill DT. On November 1.1. 1011, ROI1
ERT W beloved husband of Caroline
Schmidt. Funeral services on Tuesday, nt 1
p. m., at his Into residence, 2231 East Vs.
nano at Church services nt 2 p m, at St.
John's Oerninn Reformed Church. Finnkfonl
nr and Ontario st. Interment Ilclvuo Ccm-
Hf'iioril On November 11. 1014, TtAY-
(i.VI).M son of Tlllle nnd the. Into Robert
Schoch. Funeral eon Ires, on SatuMav aft
ernoon, at 2 o'clock, at 833; L N orris ' I.
Interment private, nt North Cedar Hill
HIMPEIIS.' On November 13 1014. at Wood-
bury. N. I.. SARAH CATHARINE, wife of
Charles W. Simpers Funeral from her lata
residence. Oreen Hill, North Enft. Md on
Tuesday, nt 2 p. m Interment private, at M.
E Cemetery. North East. Md nrr,.
MINfll.i:. On November 11. 1014, RLRECCA
J., wife of Oustnv Single (nee l'"'1" '
her son-ln-laiv's reldencc. l.Hi E, I'.vra
?t ; fl'almor nnd Itelgmde sts). Due nottco
of the funeral will bo given.
STILIAYELL. ON November 14, 1014, Dr.
WALTER cnnPER STILI.WELI. HelntUcs
and friends nre InMted to nttend the t.u''l
?ervlre. nn n-esdnv morning at 11 0 clock,
nt his lato residence. 12IS South Hroad at. In
terment prlvnt" i-nvpn'
STEVER. On November 13, 1014. ARNE71
F STEYER. Due notice of tho funeral will
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